10 locomotives lead a SB UP manifest freight through rural Kenosha County.
A pair of GP20-ECO units kick cars at the east end of Muskegon Yard in Milwaukee's Menomonee Valley on a beautiful Saturday morning.
The consist for Train One pulls into the ACR Sault St. Marie depot in preparation for its trip to the end of the line at Hearst, ON.
CP's Rondout Turn takes some headroom before shoving back into the SC Johnson manufacturing plant.
Protecting the shove - the conductor rides the shoving platform as the Milwaukee local backs its train out of Muskego Yard to switch business on the south side of Milwaukee. The maroon painted ca... (more)
CP's hot intermodal train on the C & M Subdivision approaches the Kinnickinnic River bridge interlocking as it departs downtown Milwaukee.
Amtrak Hiawatha Service #338 departs downtown Milwaukee for the for the hour and a half run to Chicago.
Not a heritage unit - IC 3129, in contemporary CN colors, leads GT 4924, still in GTW colors, across the White River at Burlington, WI. The pair powers the Waukesha switch run and will switch sev... (more)
With only three auto racks on the head end, CP 199 passes through the small village of Astico enroute to a crew change in Portage, about 30 miles distant.
A Ferromex SD70 adds a little bit of color to an otherwise drab Oak Creek coal train as it crosses the Root River bridge in Racine.
The CP roadmaster waits for Amtrak 338 to pass before erecting cautionary track boards Hiawatha corridor service trains are down to 4 per day.
Running on-time, the SB Empire Builder passes a NB Canadian Pacific freight just north of Franksville in rural Racine County.
The EB Empire Builder stops at Sturtevant for passengers during the reduced schedule in the Chicago-Milwaukee corridor. The Empire Builder also stops at the Milwaukee Airport.
A Chicago-Milwaukee train with two ex CNW bilevel coaches appears out of the fog at Sturtevant.
A BNSF unit leads the Empire Builder during its temporary station stop to pick-up corridor passengers at Sturtevant.